|The focus isn't great on this one. I can't think of|
the name of these at the moment, but they are
unusual in that the flowers are hidden, appearing
below the leaves.
No biopsy report yet, maybe, probably, next week. She's eating normally and I haven't seen any more of the mysterious indoor urination, so maybe it was a UTI and the antibiotics have been helping already. Scarlett had been keeping Cookie company in the kitchen quite a bit. The two girls are similar in age and temperament and seemed to enjoy each other's company. Scarlett went back home today, however, but Theo will probably keep Cookie company downstairs. He's been staying down there quite a bit, because it's cooler on that nice tile floor.
Most of the pictures are from recent hikes.
|Jack and dogwood blossoms.|
|Maya, TJ, and Jack. This picture is notable mostly for the|
dogs' tails, especially Maya's.
|Jack and one of his stupid sticks. This one was a hazard to|
any dog walking on his left. I eventually broke it down to
a shorter, and safer, size.
|TJ is still shedding, but I did a big comb out|
yesterday and I think we're making progress.
|Flowers on the horse chestnut (buckeye) tree in our front yard.|
|This is my nuc of bees after about a week.|
|Spotted this out on the trail, some kind of|
|Jack was with us too. He eventually came over|
and then jumped back to show Theo how easy it was.
Theo isn't a jumper but he made it.
|Jack adores Theo. It's a serious|
case of hero worship. They bonded
over the tennis balls.